100 Year Flood
Mouna Bowa > Jam >
Salt Creek *
Lonesome Road Blues *
Well You Needn't >
On the Road
Lester had a Coconut
Come As You Are
CD 2 - Set 2:
Rhum 'n' Zouc**
Born on the Wrong Planet >
So What*** > Jam*** >
I Know You Rider
When Will I
Eat My Dust >
* Acoustic: Bill, Keith, Mike and Will (whose last name is unknown) on banjo, who was met by the band half an hour before the show in the bar.
** With Emily from Vermont (last name unknown) on violin, also met by the band before the show)
*** With Will Sparks on flute
3pm Free show; Keller Williams opened the show
I was just wondering about this show, trying to remember what year it was, and decided to google it to see if there was a set list. They probably couldn't have gotten me on stage had I known my banjo spastics would be recorded. Quite the trip down memory lane hearing this, as it was back in the goodle days, long, long ago...
November 25, 2005 Subject:
This is smokin'!!! Amazing playing and sound. Old school cheese kicks ass!!!!
November 15, 2005 Subject:
This a great show with some nice earlier cheese. It is nice to see them play with people they just met in the bar. I love the flute on "So What". "Well You Needn't" was a nice jazz sounding number that I had not heard before. "When Will I" and "Eat My Dust" are also nice to hear. The sound quality is excellent especially for a smaller bar. The tracks are labeled a little wrong, it is actually "Resume Man and Born on the Wrong Planet" on one track and "So What > Jam >" on the next two, but that is no big deal, the sound quality more than makes up for that.
November 14, 2005 Subject:
After 2 nights at Humpty's and partying hard, the band threw us a nice afternoon freebie.
Very casual relaxed atmosphere.
Sound is stellar and the band is cookin'.
The Joker to end the show is still my favorite.